Ryan Schiff Obituary, Death – The passing of Robert L. “Bob” Schiff, who was 76 years old, took place early on Tuesday, in the city of Kalamazoo, Michigan. Bob Schiff was introduced into this world on July 14, 1938 in the city of Detroit, Michigan. His parents, Max and Lucille Schiff, gave him this name. He is survived by Ann, the woman he has been married to for the past three decades; their sons David (Monica) Schiff and Andrew (Ryan Hill) Schiff; his sister Linda (Jim)Park; his brother Frank (Frumeth) Polasky; his sister Marianne Smith; his brother-in-law Bob Lopez; and a number of nieces, nephews, and his cherished Miss Libby.
He is also survived by his sister Linda (Jim)Park; his brother Bob was born and raised in Saginaw, and he moved away from the city in 1964 to start a job at McDonald’s that would last him for the next 37 years. Because of his involvement in the expansion of the firm, he found himself in Oklahoma, then the metropolitan area of Detroit, and eventually the San Francisco Bay Area in the year 1968. All of these locations were in California. Bob has been a volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House Children’s Charities for more than 20 years, and during that period he has committed his time and energy to the organization.
After he retired in the year 2001, he started volunteering at the Meals on Wheels kitchen in both the state of Oregon and in the city of Kalamazoo, which is located in the state of Michigan. Bob was a member of three separate golf clubs since he enjoyed the game of golf so much. These clubs were the Olympic Club in San Francisco, Salishan on the Oregon Coast, and the Moors Golf Club in Portage. The Olympic Club is located in San Francisco. There will be no memorial services or visiting for the person who has passed away.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan or the Kalamazoo Humane Society. Both organizations work to improve the lives of animals. It was determined that the essential arrangements would be handled by the Langeland Family Funeral Homes, Memorial Chapel, which may be found at 622 South Burdick Street.